Exciting Things to Do in Goa for bachelors!
Beautiful beaches, happening nightlife and a laid-back attitude of the people in Goa are what keeps the enthusiasm alive. People keep revisiting Goa for its lively nature and hippie life on the beaches. Also recognized as the Party capital, Goa is always on the list of bachelors who want to let their hair down.
It also boasts of a blend of Indian and Portuguese culture and the presence of sand, sun, and seafood. Head to Goa and explore the beaches with your gang and lose yourself in the trance parties. Every year a large number of foreigners turn up for holidaying in Goa.
Here are some exciting things to do if you are a bachelor and visiting Goa:
A beach party:
Late night parties at beaches are popular in Goa especially in Anjuna beach, Arambol beach and Ashwem beach. You get to dance the night away with trance music and like-minded hippies. Also, you can head to the clubs for experiencing the nightclubs in Goa. Beach parties are all about fresh music, great drinks, and food on the shores of the beach.
Stop at Chapora Fort:
Popular from “Dil Chahta Hai” movie, this fort has a historical significance and picturesque. You can go for hiking here and sit back to watch the sunset with your friends. You can view the Arabian sea, the beaches amidst the greenery.
Most of the beaches offer many water sports like jet skiing, banana boat ride, parasailing, surfing, snorkelling, jet-skiing, boogie boarding, scuba diving, kayaking, and windsurfing. Every year, it attracts a lot of tourists and one can enjoy the water sports in groups or solo.
Spectacular Dudhsagar Falls:
Dudhsagar falls gush from the steep mountain from a height of 1017 ft and it’s a sight to watch. The fall of the water makes it look like a sea of milk falling from the top. The falls are quite beautiful during monsoon and is a popular attraction.
After the party, why not relax with your fellow mates in a beautiful resort in Goa. Find the resort of your preference and enjoy the peaceful surrounding engulfed in tranquillity. A relaxing spa is a better way to end the hangover and tiredness of the parties.
Spend a day at the beaches:
North Goa beaches include Baga, Calangute, and Anjuna beaches while South Goa has some quiet beaches including Arossim beach and Utorda beach. Relax on the beach with your sunglasses on and enjoy the view of Arabian sea.
Visit the spice plantations like Pascoal Spice Village, Savoi Plantations, a Tropical plantation in Ponda area and much more. You can pluck and taste the spices and enjoy the Goan cuisine cooked using the freshest farm spices.
Fly like a Dolphin:
Love Dolphins? Catch a cruise and enjoy the sight of dolphins moving around your boat. You can go for a picnic while on a dolphin cruise and capture the memories.
Relive the history of Old Goa with ancient churches, museums, government buildings, bungalows. Visit the ancient Basilica of Bom Jesus and Sé de Santa Catarina churches and revel in the unique architectural style.
Casinos, for sure:
When in Goa, never miss a chance to visit the Casino. Bet on card games, slot machines and obviously roulette game. Enjoy the playtime with your bachelor friends.
Indulge yourself in boat rides, snorkelling, fishing at the Grand Island in Goa. Adventure junkies will totally love the crazy underwater party and yearn for more.
Silent Disco is trendy these days. You hear no music, but you dance along with people, isn’t that cool? These headphone parties are quite popular and people are already grooving on the silent beats on the beaches.
Flea Market at Anjuna beach:
You will find the funky Jewellery, colorful clothes being sold at Wednesday market in Anjuna beach. The items are cheap and you can bargain with the sellers. Enjoy the market while eating Goan dishes and also you can get a tattoo at one of the tattoo parlors.
Goan food includes fish curries, fruit rice, and other seafood. A unique blend of Portuguese heritage and traditional Indian cooking is seen in the food of Goa. Variety of restaurants, vendors, shacks are there, that will provide you authentic Goan food.
How to commute to Goa?
Goa is well-connected by roads and taxis can be rented in advance. Most people go for hiring cars and motorcycles and explore Goa on their own.
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